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DJ Havana Brown has turned vegetarian ‘to help the environment’

Going green! Havana Brown reveals she has turned vegetarian ‘to help the environment’… but admits she still ‘eats fish once a week’

Many people decided to follow a plant-based diet due to concerns about sustainability and the environment.

And DJ Havana Brown has joined the ranks of conscientious vegans, announcing on Wednesday she is ‘transitioning’ into the lifestyle.

‘I’m pretty much vegan but once a week at the moment I’m having fish and that’s it,’ she told The Daily Telegraph

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Going green! On Wednesday, Musician DJ Havana Brown (pictured) revealed she's completely 'transitioning' into vegetarianism to do her bit for the environment

Going green! On Wednesday, Musician DJ Havana Brown (pictured) revealed she’s completely ‘transitioning’ into vegetarianism to do her bit for the environment

Havana revealed that her new lifestyle choice is to ‘help the environment’. 

However, the 34-year-old electro pop star and ARIA Award nominee clarified that she hasn’t completely restricted her diet.

‘I just allow myself a little bit of freedom [for now] until I’m able to completely eliminate any animal products from my diet,’ she said. 

Activist: Havana confessed:'I just allow myself a little bit of freedom until I'm able to completely eliminate any animal products from my diet'

Activist: Havana confessed:’I just allow myself a little bit of freedom until I’m able to completely eliminate any animal products from my diet’

Earlier this week, the Big Banana hitmaker was appointed an ambassador for green education program Kids Teaching Kids.

Speaking out about her new role, she said: ‘Kids Teaching Kids is a great way to have kids understand what they’re doing and sustain the environment.

‘I’m really proud to be part of it.’ 

Role model: The multi-ARIA award winner was appointed ambassador for green education program Kids Teaching Kids. She said: 'Kids Teaching Kids is a great way to have kids understand what they’re doing and sustain the environment, I’m really proud to be part of it'

Role model: The multi-ARIA award winner was appointed ambassador for green education program Kids Teaching Kids. She said: ‘Kids Teaching Kids is a great way to have kids understand what they’re doing and sustain the environment, I’m really proud to be part of it’

Havana, who recently relocated to Melbourne with her boyfriend Vince Deltito after seven years living in LA, spoke to Daily Mail Australia in November about her plans to start a family.

‘One day I’m like, “I would love to have kids”, and the next day I’m like, “Hell no!”‘ said the former I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! star.

‘I can still have a baby. I mean Cardi B has proved that one,’ she added with a laugh.

Home bound: Havana (right) also revealed that she's just relocated to Brighton, Victoria with her manager and partner, Vince Deltito (left), after being based in LA for the last seven years

Home bound: Havana (right) also revealed that she’s just relocated to Brighton, Victoria with her manager and partner, Vince Deltito (left), after being based in LA for the last seven years

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